Celebrating CTE
Posted on 02/18/2019
ROTEC student working on a hair on a mannequinCareer and Technical Education (CTE) is not the shop class you may remember.  Today, the Roanoke Technical Education Center (ROTEC) is helping to create a highly-skilled workforce for the Roanoke Valley.

Nearly 5,500 middle and high school students are enrolled in a CTE Class.  ROTEC offers 12 different career paths.  Students take classes on the ROTEC campus, as well as Patrick Henry and William Fleming High School.

ROTEC's graduation rate is 97%, one of the highest in the Commonwealth of Virginia. 

Teachers for Tomorrow is celebrating its 5th year.   The program allows high school students to learn all about the teaching profession.  Once they graduate from college, we hope many of these students will teach in Roanoke City.  24 students are currently enrolled in the program.  

ROTEC will host its annual Extravaganza Thursday, March 28 at the Jefferson Center.

ROTEC student reading a book to an elementary studentROTEC student combing hair on a mannequinROTEC student working on a carROTEC student building a houseROTEC student working on a sound boardMedical teacher posing with two students at William Fleming High School

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